From behind a desk with a newspaper in hand or a computer monitor before you, it's easy to sit in judgment of what's going on in the Andersen/Enron debacle, as so many of us have done during the past several months.

We've heard from government regulators, congressional people, lawyers, analysts, and a slew of other folks on the alleged wrongdoing that led to the energy giant's demise, each with their own ideas for reforming the audit system and punishing the offenders -- if they are in fact, found guilty. And, it sure looks as though there is plenty of blame to go around.

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